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mandela has emen admitted to a pretoria hospital for tests. an official statement says there is "no cause for alarm." wndela celebrated his 94th birthday this past july with a cbs news crew given rare access to the party. north korea signaled today it may postpone a controversial test launch of its new long- range rocket previously scheduled to take place as early as this coming monday. it offered no explanation for the apparent delay. here at home, we are just over three weeks away from falling over the so-called fiscal cliff, that combination of tax increases and deep federal spending cuts. nancy cordes reports, the back- and-forecast showed no sign of letting up today 20 white house and republicans in congress. dr reporter: in his saturday weekly address, president obama nignaled he is open to making cuts on programs like medicare agd medicaid if republicans atree to raise tax rates for the rich. fini'm willing to find ways to cing down the cost of health care without hurting seniors and dther americans who depend on it. and i'm willing to make more entitlement spending cuts on top of
. respect to the integral values of humanity. respect the future of your descendants. mandela said, it always seems impossible until it is done. so, distinguished delegates and governments around the world, governments of the developed world, deep cuts now. get it done. [applause] >> thank you, miss appadurai, speaking on behalf of half of the world's population, i think she said at the beginning. and on a purely personal note, i wonder why we do not let half of the world's population speak first in this conference and not last? >> that was anjali appadurai, a college of the atlantic student from bar harbor, maine, addressing the durban climate summit. this year, she was banned from the doha summit for the first week. she is allowed in now and is here to tell us what happened. anjali, thank you for being with us. what happened? after giving a dramatic address last year, how is that they began to from this year's summit until you find that this past week? >> those who lost their badges in durban had to go through a real accreditation process to go to the conference this year. basica
. there is this from the associated press. the south african president visited nelson mandela who is a in the president. -- who is a dental the hospital. he was admitted to a military hospital. he found the frail 94-year-old to be comfortable and in good care. we will turn our attention to the issue that has dominated our discussion since the election. we will continue to do so over the next few weeks. the president reject talks continue on the phone on the fiscal cliffs. what is happening behind the scenes? as next. we will have our sunday round table. all weekend long on but tv and american history to be, we are featuring the literary life of albany, new york, the capital of the new york state. we will feature all of the history programming our producers gathered there. here is a portion on september 11 exhibit found at the new york state museum. [video clip] >> we are at the new york state museum. this is our gallery dedicated to the history of september 11 and the attacks at the world trade center. the largest collection of material amassed after the attacks of september 11. to tell the story for t
south african president, nelson mandela is facing a second night in the hospital. he's in for routine testing. he's in frail health and hasn't made public appearances for years. he had stomach surgery for years. a long range test rocket over the next week and a half. state media is reporting north korea came under heavy internal criticism since the announced plans. here in the states, the lapd is apologizing to the family of the late rapper, no toreious for not releasing the autopsy report. it was released prematurely. the rap star was killed 15 years ago in a drive by shooting. those are the fast five headlines. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are butting heads. earlier on "meet the press," dick durbin said the president wants to solve this problem. republican congressman kevin mccarthy claimed the commander and chief is playing political games. >> listen, if we are going to have a certainty for businesses to invest and workers to know new jobs are created, we have to get this behind us once and for all. >> i don't want to do it. the president doesn't want to do it. we cannot al
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